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Monday, 1 August 2011

Announcing Event Flavours of South India.


Having completed our stay in the vibrant state of Rajasthan during our Flavours of Rajasthan Cuisine, we are packed  and on our travels to tantalise our taste buds  with Flavours of South India.

South Indian cuisine is made up from four different states of South India ; Andra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Naidu. The food is famous for its various spices and also spicy foods. Some of the chief varieties of spices produced here include cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Of course we can't forget the many varieties of Dosas ,Vadas , the Uttappam and of course the  tasty Sambhars.The variety of recipes are too numerous to mention , each and every dish is a culunary delight so this visit is going to be a real treat for our palates.
The South India is equally famous for the availability of coconut, a wide variety of fishes and root tubers. The south Indian food is mainly rice, which is served  with a combination of Sambhar or curry.

To participate in this event, make any vegetarian dish (eggs allowed) and post it on your blog.
Send it in the following format to simplysensationalfood@gmail.com. Please put Flavours of South India in the subject box.

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  • Please link this event announcenent with your post, this is mandatory.
  • Multiple entries are allowed.
  • Archived posts are allowed if reposted and linked up to this event.
  • Non bloggers can participate by sending their recipe and image via email.
  • Use of logo is appreciated as it helps to spread the word.

We have travelled far and wide through India and on our  journey we have sampled rich, flavoursome, vibrant , spicy and a fantastic array of regional cuisines. This visit to South India will conclude our Flavours of Series 1. Please Watch out for "Flavours of" series 2 coming soon where we will journey through Asia.
 Lets get cooking .Looking forward to your participation.

23 comments:

  1. Will try to participate :-)

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  2. happy hosting will send an entry soon

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  3. very nice event...happy hosting...

    chk out my august event on berries too:
    http://anuzhealthykitchen.blogspot.com/2011/07/event-berries-strawberry-desserts.html

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  4. wow,i luv south indian food..im in..will post the round up tomoro ..

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  5. Nayna,
    Just curious. Weren't you doing this per state? Why categorize all four together this time? I just had to ask you.

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  6. Nice theme..I have sent 3 entries to you.

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  7. I am very happy to read your articles it’s very useful for me,
    and I am completely satisfied with your website.
    All comments and articles are very useful and very good.
    Your blog is very attention-grabbing. I am loving all of the in
    turn you are sharing with each one!…
    Indian Spices

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  8. Hello, i have sent you an entry today for Andhra Garelu.

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  9. Nice theme dear.. this is my first entry to your delicacies. Will try to send my entry at the earliest!

    Cheers,
    Vani

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  10. Love South Indian food , I have sent you my entry
    Thanks
    http://www.spicytangy.com/

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  11. Would like to participate too!

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  12. Sent an entry. Raw papaya pulusu:

    http://www.cinnamonnchillies.com/2011/09/raw-papaya-pulusu-raw-papaya-sweet-sour-gravy-ode-pedatha.html

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  13. Sent an entry. Raw papaya pulusu:

    http://www.cinnamonnchillies.com/2011/09/raw-papaya-pulusu-raw-papaya-sweet-sour-gravy-ode-pedatha.html

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  14. Hi, could you please check http://www.sensibleveg.com/2011/09/ragi-mung-bean-idli-finger-millet-mung.html and let me know if I can send this to you.

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  15. hey thats a nice event. send in my entry by email.

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